Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Law & Order; Public Safety

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Law & Order; Public Safety

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY > Police seek help in tracking shooting suspect * Police are asking for the public's help identifying a man wanted in a triple shooting Saturday in north St. Louis County. Three people were wounded in the shooting outside the Dellwood Market, 1620 Chambers Road, at 10:30 p.m. Saturday. A girl, 17, was shot in the foot; a man, 19, was shot in the shoulder; and another man, 21, was shot in the thigh. Their victims' conditions weren't available, but police said they are expected to survive. Police said the victims were standing outside the market when one of the men got into an argument with another man who pulled out a gun and started shooting.

FORISTELL > Man sentenced in attack on son * A man already on probation for assaulting his son has pleaded no contest to new charges and was sentenced to seven years in prison. Mark Alan Calloni, 46, of the 100 block of South Main Street, was charged in July with child abuse. He entered the plea in which he does not admit guilt but acknowledges that prosecutors have enough evidence to get a conviction in a trial last month before Circuit Judge Jon A. Cunningham. According to police, Calloni attacked his 11-year- old for unknown reasons, striking him multiple times in the head with a wooden bat. Calloni then tackled the boy and pinned him to the ground when the boy tried to flee, police said. The boy eventually was able to get away and ran to a neighbor's house. He did not suffer any serious injuries. In the earlier incident, which happened in 2005, Calloni pleaded guilty to domestic assault, endangering the welfare of a child and felonious restraint. Then Circuit Judge Keith Sutherland gave Calloni a suspended sentence and placed him on five years probation.

ST. PETERS > Anger over wet cellphone leads to threats, arrest * Trevor Wade Livingston, 24, of the first block of St. Paul Drive in St. Peters, is in custody after his cellphone got wet and he became irate, threatening to stab and shoot a woman, police said. Livingston was at an acquaintance's home in the 300 block of Parkwest Drive on Saturday, when the argument began. Livingston found his cellphone on the kitchen counter in a small puddle of water and began arguing with a man in the home. …

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